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of taliban fighters in afghanistan last year. images of the incident surfaced in january, touching off a wave of afghan anger and violence directed at u.s. troops. both of the suspects are staff sergeants. in addition to them, three enlisted marines have already been given lesser punishment. the government of iran has blocked unfettered access to google, and it is switching the country to a domestic internet network. the announcement means google's search engine and g-mail service will be filtered. an iranian news agency reported the move was connected to that anti-islamic film that was posted on google's you tube site. on wall street today, stocks struggled to find momentum, and ended up losing ground. the dow jones industrial average was down 20 points to close below 13,59. the nasdaq fell 19 points to close at 3160. the national zoo in washington searched today for answers after a six-day-old panda cub died sunday. zoo officials reported the cub had liver abnormalities and fluid in its abdomen. but the exact cause of death won't be confirmed for two weeks. the cub is believed to have been
, also known as "el taliban", along with two associates yesterday. this morning, mexican authorities paraded him before the media, wearing a bulletproof vest. caballero leads a faction of the powerful zetas cartel. he's the third cartel leader to be captured this month. territorial disputes between the zetas and gulf cartels have led to widespread violence in northern mexico in recent weeks. the u.s. army paused today for mandatory suicide prevention training. record high rates prompted the army-wide initiative. the number of suicides among service members each year has nearly doubled since 2005. and from june to july of this year the number of suicides outpaced combat deaths of active-duty soldiers. the last stand-down training for suicide prevention was in 2009. those are some of the day's major stories. now, back to jeff. > brown: the state department is temporarily withdrawing more staff from the u.s. embassy in tripoli, libya for what it called security reasons, according to a department official in new york. meanwhile, the obama administration is still trying to determine who w
Search Results 0 to 10 of about 11 (some duplicates have been removed)